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Sunday, August 6, 2017

2017 National] G16 singles MD

128 Esther Lovato d. (2) Ruth Marsh 3-6; 6-3; 6-4

Cal. watched this(all 3), then later Pepperdine, then at the last game? everybody including Oregon, etc.
Marsh was quite good. Not only does she have variety, hits low and sharp, and seems to be quite athletic as well. Lovato did seem to handle those variety well though. When I came back way later, at the end, it was almost a moonball-fest, and Marsh couldn't quite attack efficiently, making errors after long rallies methinks.

128 (33) Rhea Shrivastava d. Josephine Schaffer 3-6; 7-5; 6-0
128 (17) Eryn Cayetano d. Hailey Stelse 6-3; 6-4
128 Gracie Mulville d. (33) Brigitte Wu 1-6; 6-0; 6-2

128 Connie Ma d. (10) Gianna Pielet 6-2; 6-3

Ma led 5-0 or something when I came. I actually thought P was controlling points, anyway she was winning points when I watched a bit.

128 Najah Dawson d. (33) Amanda Chan 3-6; 0-2Ret (inj)
128 (17) Chidimma Okpara d. Emily Desai 6-2; 6-3
128 (33) Ali Despain d. Ellie Kuckelman 6-4; 6-4
128 (8) Lauren Stein d. Monica Stratakos 6-2; 6-1

128 Elise Mills d. Amy Huang 6-3; 6-4

Mills seemed pretty good, did Alabama coach watch this.

128 (17) MariaCecilia Aguiar d. Delanie Dunkle 6-1; 6-4
 128 (33) Jaedan Brown d. Jessica Fatemi 6-2; 6-1
128 (11) Julia Andreach d. Katherine Krueger 6-3; 6-1
 128 (33) Kayla Wilkins d. Olivia Jablonski 6-2; 6-1

Couldn't really see much of Brown, Andreach and Wilkins today.

128 (17) Britt Pursell d. Hadley Doyle 6-1; 6-0
128 Lindsay Hung d. (33) Amber Marie Lee 6-3; 6-2
128 (3) Emma Navarro d. Jessica Braun 6-3; 6-1
128 (33) Lea Ma d. Nora Lee 6-1; 6-1
128 (17) Kiana Graham d. Lexi Kubas 7-6(8); 6-1

128 Jacque Dunyon d. (33) Camille Kiss 7-6(7); 6-3

Dunyon is my Player of the day. Don't think I've ever seen her, but was impressed. Tall, moves rather well, and played quite smart methinks. Served well, passed well on Kiss's approaches, and attacked Kiss's bh side quite effectively, hitting quite well actually, forcing Kiss on the defensive many times. Yelled in triumph after mp.
Kiss was probably the bigger hitter, and her drop shots weren't without effect, but her defense left something to be desired methinks.

128 (15) Karina Miller d. Karly Friedland 6-2; 6-2

So this is Miller. Served well, hit well, attacking the corner and nailing dtl drives.

128 (33) Kelsey Mize d. Caroline Goldberg 6-0; 7-6(11)
128 (17) Kylie Collins d. Gibson Thomas 6-1; 6-2
128 (33) Elizabeth Goldsmith d. Christine Inah Canete 7-6(2); 6-0

128 (5) Carly Briggs d. Maria Goheen 6-2; 7-5

Points were long, and B managed to win those. Bh seemed pretty strong. Did Goheen applaud B's nice play once. Seemed pretty solid.

128 Lauren Ko d. (33) Lahari Yelamanchili 6-2; 6-4

Upset?

128 (17) Zoe Howard d. Dax Seidlin 6-0; 6-1
128 Katherine Duong d. roxanne mackenzie 6-3; 6-0
128 (9) Angelica Blake d. Casie Wooten 6-2; 6-3
128 (33) Marcella Cruz d. Samantha Johns 6-3; 1-6; 6-3
128 India Houghton d. (17) Malaika Rapolu 3-6; 6-3; 6-1
128 anna Roggenburk d. (33) Maria Rizzolo 6-2; 6-0
128 (33) Vivian Cheng d. Rachel Rubenzahl 6-0; 6-0
128 (17) Maryam Ahmad d. Aanya Goel 6-0; 6-3

128 Kacie Harvey d. Rachelle Yang 3-6; 7-5; 6-0

Yang must be really good.

128 (16) Ava Hrastar d. Halli Trinkle 6-2; 6-2
128 (33) Nikita Vishwase d. Ayana Akli 6-3; 3-6; 7-5
128 (17) Audrey Boch-Collins d. Allison Zipoli 7-6(1); 6-1
128 (33) Maggie Cubitt d. Klara Kosan 6-3; 6-3

128 Callie Billman d. (7) Dasha Kourkina 6-2; 6-3

Awkward;
1. Kourkina not wearing a visor
2. Kourkina losing. I thought she was one of the Contenders, but she was getting outhit by this Billman girl, how can this be.
3. Coach Dasso wearing green. From NU to ND(alma mater).

 128 (33) Stephanie Nguyen d. Iris Gallo 4-6; 6-2; 6-2

128 (17) Emma Jackson d. Cami Brown 6-1; 0-6; 6-2

Brown won a set? Wow.

128 (33) Katrina Scott d. Kaitlin Tan 5-7; 6-2; 6-4
128 (13) Addison Guevara d. Emma Jewell 6-1; 6-1
128 (33) Chelsea Williams d. Madeleine Lynch 6-1; 6-2
128 (17) Anessa Lee d. Sophia Sassoli 6-0; 6-2
128 (33) Muskan Mahajan d. Stella Ribaudo 6-3; 6-3
128 (4) Sedona Gallagher d. Emma Gener 6-0; 6-0

128 Avery Durham d. (33) Maxi Duncan 6-1; 7-5

Eh? Who is this Durham.

128 (17) Michelle Sorokko d. Avery Hilbig 6-2; 6-2
128 Rachel Arbitman d. Jordyn McBride 3-6; 6-4; 6-0
128 (14) Nikki Redelijk d. Brooke Killingsworth 6-1; 6-0
128 Demi Snyder d. Emily Zhou 7-5; 4-6; 6-0

128 (17) Jenna DeFalco d. Sydni Ratliff 6-3; 6-2

Watched a bit.

128 (33) Carmen Corley d. Nicole Copeland 7-5; 6-0
128 (6) Briana Crowley d. Taylor Andersen 6-2; 6-0

Corley vs Crowley tomorrow could be good.

128 (33) Ellie Coleman d. Ayshe CAN 6-1; 6-1

So this is Coleman. Hit quite well.

128 (17) Alexandra Yepifanova d. Gabby Lee 6-1; 6-0

128 (33) Rosie Garcia Gross d. Jillian Taggart 6-3; 6-4

What the...quite an upset. Court 3 but thought T would win so didn't watch.

128 (12) Reilly Tran d. Whitney King 4-6; 6-1; 6-2

King seemed quite good, just glimpsed the 1st set or something.

128 (33) Yolanda Lin d. Margaret Polk 6-1; 5-7; 6-1

128 Catherine Broerman d. (17) Lauren Anzalotta 6-3; 2-6; 7-5

Impressed with both, HQ match. Both hit and moved really well. Probably one of the better matches today. Broerman is a class older, 2019.

128 (33) Anna Campana d. Britany Lau 7-6; 6-1

Lau seemed to be a good hitter.

128 (1) Fiona Crawley d. Avery Aude 7-5; 6-1

Not an easy win, but isn't Aude pretty good.

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